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From "J. Greenlees" <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Frontpage Server Extensions on Win2kpro Apache and Where should I start reading?
Date Wed, 23 Oct 2002 10:19:37 GMT
I remember seeing somewhere how to enable frontpage extention support 
for apache, just can't remember where.
since apache is more secure and stable than iis, it would be easier to 
have the frontpage extentions enabled with iis.
though my opinion probably matches Koen's. ~g~

(though the stability of using crashware as a server os is beyond me )

Koen Vingerhoets wrote:
> Hi,
> I wonder why you just don't want to use IIS... It's in Win2Kpro (you even
> might have it installed) and it's MADE to support FP extensions.
> I won't state my opinion about FP extensions as such a foul language isn't
> tolerated and it's off topic anyway :)
> Koen
> -----Original Message-----
> From: david hawcroft []
> Sent: 23 October 2002 11:44
> To:
> Subject: [users@httpd] Frontpage Server Extensions on Win2kpro Apache
> and Where should I start reading?
> I've got an Apache Server on my Win2k box and it runs Perl and PHP
> and I'm as happy as Larry playing with it all,
> learning as fast as I can go.  I am the only person that looks at it.
> ( if you want to see how much a
> beginner I am)
> Now I'm using Frontpage and it seems good. But now I find the fancy
> bits won't work without 'Frontpage Server
> Extensions'.
> I've cruised all around the web for the last half hour trying to get
> a line on this but can't find anything that fits 'how to
> put frontpage server extensions onto apache on win2kpro'.
> Can anyone please help?
> AND:  I read this list all the time and I don't understand what the
> hell you're all talking about. It is obvious I have not
> begun to scratch the surface of Apache.
>      I've read the docs that come with it and I read Perl stuff and
> PHP stuff and whatnot - but I'm obviously missing out
> on the very essential basics of administering/properly utilising an
> Apache Server.
>      Could someone please direct me to where I should start reading
> to correct this deficiency?
> regards,  abrogard.

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